It’s always a pleasure to work with my therapy colleague Susan Heitler. Through our impromptu conversations between clients, we learn with each other and explore the complexity and nuance of our work. In her blog post today, Susan illustrates a thread of several of our conversations about the levels of treatment in a Conflict Resolution model.
“Three Levels of Conflict Resolution Treatment
Susan Heitler, Ph.D.
Jon and Julia came to therapy for help toning down their continual bickering. Now they rarely bicker and enjoy instead a warm and loving partnership. What does a conflict resolution therapist do that turns a couple like this from conflict to cooperation?
My therapy colleague Matthew LeBauer has terminology that I like a lot for explaining the three levels of intervention that conflict resolution treatment typically includes.”
Read more at this link.